Sally Egan was born and educated in Leeds. She read music at Cambridge University and studied singing in Paris with Maria-Grazia Dilluvio and in London with Lillian Watson. Sally has sung opera and oratorio roles all over the world under the baton of many leading conductors including Claudio Abbado, Daniel Harding, William Christie, Elgar Howarth, Roy Goodman and Pierre Boulez. Sally is also one of the UK’s leading trainers of treble voices. She taught singing to the choristers of Westminster Abbey for many years, worked as an Advanced Practitioner for Voices Foundation and has been Choral Director of the Leeds Cathedral Choir School project in Chapeltown for the past 10 years. In 2019 Sally was made an Honorary Fellow of Leeds Conservatoire. Projects include Snape Maltings Friday Afternoons, Musical Director, No Horizons and Choral Director of Billingham International Folklore Festival.